Fly to Cebu from Manila for P14

2014-01-10T09:16:20+08:00 January 10th, 2014Airline Promos

It seems unbelievable but it’s true. Grab this opportunity to fly to Cebu City from Manila with just a base fare of P14. This promo is yours via Air Asia Zest. In case you haven’t heard of it, Zest Air and Air Asia have joined hands to offer budget-conscious travelers with cheap alternative air fares, including this air travel promo to Cebu for the first quarter of 2014. Booking period covers from January 6 to 19, 2014 and travel period is from January 6 to March 31, 2014.


The P14-charge is the base fare. After all other charges have been added, the all-in one-way air trip to Cebu from Manila costs only P552 in all per person.  That’s just P1,104 air fare back and fort to enjoy a visit to the country’s Queen City of the South, with its scenic spots, food, festivals, and white-sand beaches. Travel from Cebu to Kuala Lumpur is also covered by this P14-promo and has an all-in one-way fare of only P694 per person. Other domestic travels from Cebu are also included in this promo, as well as international air travels from Manila.

Terms and Conditions

For purchasing tickets with credit, charge, or debit cards, a non refundable processing fee will be charged. Fare charge includes fuel surcharges plus airport taxes. However, airport tax will be deducted where airports opted by the passenger collect it at their points of departure.

Remember that seats for this promo are limited and this promo is valid for new ticket purchases alone. Ticket payments, which are required to be made in full, cannot be refunded. Name change is not permitted. Flight and date changes, however, are possible only with change fees.

Air Asia Zest has other promos, like its summer come-on which covers from March to May of 2014, as well as its 75% off and zero fare promos for 2014.

What to Expect in Cebu in the P14-Promo Travel Period

Cebu visitors can expect a lot of surprises in the months of January to March. You can be there in time this January for the Sinulog Festival which is celebrated on the third Sunday of the month. February 10, on the other hand, is Bod-bod festival in Catmon, Cebu and the 14th of February will greet visitors of Consolacion, Cebu with the Sarok Festival celebration which coincides with the founding anniversary of this town. Then, March is the month of weaved native bags, hats, and other soli-soli handicrafts during the Soli-Soli Festival on the 18th of this month in San Francisco, Camotes, Cebu.

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